Sunday, September 15, 2013


On the way home from our trip to Maryland this week, Aurora and I took the scenic route through the mountains via Skyline Drive in Northern Virginia.  This marvel of engineering weaves back and forth along the top of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  Running the length of the Shenandoah National Park, it is 105 miles long but every last inch is a stunning view of trees, wildflowers and countless shades of blue mountains.  Our breathes were taken away time and time again as we spent the better part of the day soaking up the palette of Mother Nature's best work.  It's not hard work getting good pictures as everywhere you point the camera looks like the front of a postcard.  The tough part was narrowing down 30 views from this National Scenic Byway to share with you from the nearly 400 we took!

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